Business Founders of Color and Policy Makers on Entrepreneurial Equity

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Over the past decade, there has been substantial economic growth among women and minority-owned businesses, but a number of challenges remain. Join the Washington Post Live on Wednesday, September 13 at 9:00 a.m. ET for a series of conversations with business owners and decision-makers about the entrepreneurial landscape, fair access to economic opportunity, and the role of early stage investing in BIPOC businesses. .

Additional speakers to be announced.

Co-Founding Managing Partner, Acrew Capital

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Developing minority women and entrepreneurs

Small businesses are at the heart of the American economy. They drive economic growth and innovation and create about two-thirds of new jobs in the United States. As the number of new business apps has grown in the United States, women and minorities have continued to face barriers in starting and growing businesses. In this segment presented by Wells Fargo, business leaders, policy experts and advocates will discuss these challenges as well as the role of the private sector and government in supporting the creation, maintenance and expansion of small businesses owned by women and diverse interests.

Founder and CEO, Salamander Hotels & Resorts

Co-Founder, Black Entertainment Television

President and CEO, National Urban League

Chief Executive Officer and President, Wells Fargo & Company

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